Keyword: C. Steven Duncker

  • The Jockey Club Renames its Foundation

    The Jockey Club Foundation, a charitable trust that assists individuals in the Thoroughbred community, announced it has has been renamed The Jockey Club Safety Net Foundation, effective immediately.

  • NYRA president Charles Hayward

    NYRA Releases Executive Salaries

    The New York Racing Association, which has long resisted revealing salaries of its top executives, has furnished the information to a top state regulator at a time it is warning of running out of cash later this summer.

  • NYRA Gets New Temporary Extension

    Negotiators in New York have agreed to another temporary extension to keep racing operating while talks continue on a longer-term franchise deal to operate Aqueduct, Belmont Park, and Saratoga, officials said Jan. 21.

  • NYRA Seeks Bankruptcy Protection from Court

    The New York Racing Association has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, charging that the state of New York's failure to approve a long-stalled casino project for Aqueduct Racetrack has pushed it toward insolvency.

  • NYRA Trustee Wayne Barr Resigns

    The new York Racing Association accepted the resignation of trustee Wayne Barr Jr. at the board's regularly scheduled meeting May 3 at Belmont Park.

  • Horsemen's Account Funded, NYRA Reports

    The New York Racing Association announced Sept. 3 that it has fully funded the account maintained for the benefit of its horsemen, who are represented by the New York Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association (NYTHA), using the proceeds from recently completed business transactions.

  • Middlesex Drive to DunHill in Florida

    New York grade II winner Middlesex Drive will enter stud at DunHill Stud near Reddick, Fla., as the property of his breeder, C. Steven Duncker, for a fee of $2,500